Agatha Christie's Top 3 Books

Agatha Christie Books

There are privileged minds capable of posing a thousand and one plots with their corresponding mystery without disheveled or worn out. It is indisputable to point out Agatha Christie as the queen of the detective genre, the one that later branched out into crime novels, thrillers and others. She alone, and without the great help of all ...

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The 3 best books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

1964 - 2020 (One of the greatest bestseller authors has left us. Probably the most widely read Spanish writer after Cervantes, perhaps with the permission of Pérez Reverte) The rise of an author as a world bestseller is not usually a flower of a day. Carlos Ruiz Zafón, like many others, ...

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Never by Ken Follett

It seems that the Ken Follett prior to the great historical fictions is back. And that is a flashback that places us in the distant 90s. A perfect time for those of us who are already around a not inconsiderable age. And that's why those of us who already read Ken Follet before ...

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Miss Merkel. The case of the retired chancellor

You never know with this revolving doors for those who leave active politics. In Spain it often happens that former presidents, former ministers and other group of retired leaders end up occupying the most unsuspected offices in large companies. But Germany is really different. There …

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The House of Voices, by Donato Carrisi

The good old Donato Carrisi always delights us with hybrids between enigmas and crimes, a kind of mystery genre that ends up breaking like a full-blown noir. The miscegenation is always a success when it is possible to combine the best of each part. And of course, as one leaves ...

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Terrible costumes, by Elia Barceló

It has to be a great pleasure to be able to do a reissue through the front door, in the popular acclaim plan. And Elia Barceló resorts to these terrible costumes of hers to appease her reading public, yearning for plots made in Barceló. And the truth is that this plot comes from pearls to match ...

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Miss Marte, by Manuel Jabois

I have to confess that once I hooked up with Miss sympathy from Soria. I think it was the summer of '93, like the time this novel starts. The point is that I did not know more about her or rather she did not want to know more about me. It can …

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The Man Who Was Sherlock Holmes, from Maximum Prairie

The famous writer (and in his dead moments pianist) Joseph Gelinek returns once more from his nineteenth century and this time uses his pseudonym Máximo Pradera to offer us a novel about the splitting of personality and those messes in which one confuses, for example to ...

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